The MVA/Office of Administrative Hearings will normally stay the suspension/revocation action when there is a pending motion to reconsider for purposes of granting a PBJ. Your lawyer needs to notify the MVA/OAH of this and secure the stay of proceedings.
Request a hearing. Hire a lawyer who understands MVA hearings Case may be able to be postponed until pbj hearing, that if granted, will result in the MVA taking no further action
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